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The expatriates' conference held on the shores of the Dead Sea this week was a timely reunion for representatives of the 750,000 Jordanians living abroad. Some 600 Jordanians from around 61 countries, as well as the Kingdom's ambassadors from practically ...
By Rami G. Khouri - Jul 31, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 31, 2015 00:00
Events related to the Iran nuclear technology/sanctions agreement, the war in Yemen, and the battle against Daesh tend to dominate the headl ...
By Project Syndicate - Jul 30, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 30, 2015 23:59
European policy makers like to lecture the rest of the world on air pollution. ...
By Giles Merritt - Jul 30, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 30, 2015 23:59
It is a short tram ride from the massive building that houses the European Union’s Council of Ministers to the Brussels office of the German ...
By Joschka Fischer - Jul 30, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 30, 2015 23:58
The latest G-7 summit, in the beautiful Alpine setting of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany, has come and gone.No longer the G-8, owing to R ...
By J. Bradford DeLong - Jul 30, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 30, 2015 23:57
As bubbles go, it was not a very big one.From 2002 to 2006, the share of the American economy devoted to residential construction rose by 1. ...
By Michael Jansen - Jul 29, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 29, 2015 23:38
Twenty-five years ago Iraq invaded Kuwait following a dispute over Kuwait’s refusal to curb oil exports to raise the price to $20 a barrel a ...
By Anatole Kaletsky - Jul 29, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 29, 2015 23:37
Now that Greek banks have reopened and the government has made scheduled payments to the European Central Bank and the International Monetar ...
By Osama Al Sharif - Jul 29, 2015 - Last updated at Jul 29, 2015 23:36
Turkey’s dramatic change of policy towards Daesh is probably the most important development in the international war against the Salafist ji ...

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